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BELLOWS. NANNIE. On Sunday. Oc
tober 28. 1845, at 8:3(1 p.m.. at Freed
men's Hospital.. NANNIE BELLOWS ο
1606 New Jersey sve. η w. She leaves ti
mourn a loving daughter. Pauline Bellow.··
other relatives and many friends. Alter 1!
noon Friday friends ere invited to call a
her late residence Solemn requiem hlgl
mass will be celebrated at Holy Redeeme
Catholic Church. New York and New Jer
My aves. n.w., on Saturday. November'3
at Ρ a m Interment Mount Olivet Cm
•tery. Arrangements by McGuire. 29.1.:
BELLOWS. NANNIE. The officers an(
members of the Senior Sodality of Hoi:
Redeemer Church are notified of the deatl
of Mrs NANNIE BELLOWS. Prayers fo
the repose of her soul will be recited ot
Friday night. November 2, 1945. at
o'clock, at her late residence. 16U5 Nev
Jersey ave. n.w Funeral Saturday iron
Holy Redeemer Church at 9 a m.
MRS MARY A. QUANDER. Prefect.
MRS. ALICE FLETCHER. Consultor.
MRS. THERESA McKEEVER. Secty.
BELLOWS. NANNIE. The members ο
the Federal Annuitants' Relief Associatloi
are hereby notified of the death of Mrs
NANNIE BELLOWS, and requested to at
tend her funeral, from Holy Redeemei
Catholic Church. ' Assessment due.
JOSEPH M. TRIGG. President.
WILLIAM H. WEBB, Secretary.
BELLOWS. NANNIE. Members of thi
Bureau Relief Association are hereby noti
field of the death of Mrs. NANNIE BEL
LOWS, who passed away October 2S. 1945
ROBERT TATE. President.
LOTTIE E. MINKINS, Fin. Sec · .
BOWMAN, MARTHA VIRGINIA. Or
Wednesday. October 31. 1945. at her resi
dence. 8415 2nd place n.w.. MARTHA VIR
GINIA BOWMAN, beloved mother of Mrs
Doris A St. Clair. William E. Francis C
and John E. Bowman, jr. Remains restins
at Hysons's funeral home. 1300 Ν st. n.w.
where services will be held on Saturday
November 3. at 2 p.m. Relatives snci
friends invited to attend. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. 2
BROWN. MARY E. Departed this lif<
suddenly. Tuesday morning. October 30
1945. at 2.30 o'clock. "Miss MARY Ε
BROWN. Sne leaves to mourn their loss
sisters, one brother and other relative!
and friends Remains resting at Smith ι
funeral home. 1125 l»th st. n.w.
until Saturday. November I, at 10 a m
sharp Funeral from S: Augustine'!
Church. 15th St. between L and M sts
n.w . Saturday November 3, at 10 a m
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. ·
BULLOCK. PHILIP. On Monday. Octo
ber 29. 1945, at the Veterans' Hospital
Kecoughtan. Va.. PHILIP BULLOCK of
1139 S Glebe rd., Arlington. Va . husband
o( Mrs Oia Bullock, fatner of Vivien
Corpl. Philip C. and C. M. 3/c Herbert S
Bullock: son oi toward Bullock. He alsc
leaves six brothers, one sister and other
relatives and friends. Friends may call at
the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432
You st. n.w Funeral Friday. November 2,
at 1 p.m., irom St John s Baptist Church,
Arlington, J a. Rev. James H. Marshall of
ficiating Relatives and friends invited
Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 1
HILLOCK. PHILLIP. All officers and
m*»mh#>rc nf thp .lamps Rpcip
«Europe Post, No. S. American
Legion, are requested to b<
present on Thursday evening
at S:30 oclocfc. November 1
1945. at the W. Ernest Jarvii
funeral church. 1432 U st. n.w.,
at the Legion services for our late com
rade. PHILLIP BULLOCK, who died Mon
day. October 20. at Kecoughtan. Va
BL'RKET. ELIZABETH. On Wednes
day. October 31. 1945, at West Clifton
Tcrrace. ELIZABETH BURKET. beloved
sister-in-law of Mrs. Eleanor F. Burket
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. η w., on Friday
November 2, at 1 p.m. Interment Rock
Creek Cemetery.
Bl'TLER, JOHN IlEVRY. On Tuesday
October .11. 1945. at Freedmen's Hospital.
JOHN HENRY BUTLER, son of the late
Nancy and Ludwell Butler, husband of
the late Mary Catherine Butler and father
of William H.. Aaron and Quinton Butler
Also surviving are three brothers, James
Ludwell, Shirley Thomas and Lewis Limuel
Butler; a sister. Alice E. Jennings, and
other relatives and friends. Friends are
invited to call at the McGulre funeral
home. 1820 9th St. n.w . after 12 noon
Saturday. Services will be held at Mount
Zion Baptist Church. Joplin. Va., on Sun
day. November 4, at 1:30 p.m. Interment
at Triangle. Va. 4
CASHELL, JAMES T. On Wednesday,
October 31. F04Ô. at. his home, Aahton,
Md.. JAMES T. CASHELL, aged 70 years,
beloved husband of Clara E. Cashell. He
also is survived by two brothers. Waller
F. Cashell and George W. Cashell, and
one sister. Mrs. William Shoemaker. Fu
neral services on Friday. November 2, at
2 Ρ m at '-St. John's Church. Olney, Md.
Interment Union Cemetery, Rockville, Μα.
1
CHICHESTER. HARRY C. Departed this
life on Wednesday. October 31. 1945,
HARRY C CHlC'hESTEK, beloved hus
band of Rose Chichester. Remains rest
ing at Hysong's funeral home. 1300 Ν st.
n.w,. where services will be held Saturday,
November 3. at 11 a.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 2*
CONRAD, HARRY H. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 30. 1945. at Homeopathic Hospital.
HARRY H. CONRAD Of 3230 Cleveland
ave. n.w.. beloved husband of Grace Pallas
Conrad. Funeral seivices at the above
residence on Friday. November 2. at 11:30
a m. Funeral services and interment pri
vate. Please omit flowers. 1
CRAWFORD, NOIL. Suddenly, on Tues
day. October 30. 1045, NOIL CRAWFORD,
loving husband of Mrs. Corine Crawford
of 714 61st st., Fairmont Heights, Md.
He also leaves a devoted mother. Mrs. Ella
Barrtngton; one sister, three brothers and
many other relatives and friends. Notice
of funeral later. Arrangements by Henry
6. Washington & Son.
DOWNING, HENRY C. On Thursday.
November 1. 1045- at his residence. t(22I
Sth St. n.w., HENRY C. DOWNING, be
loved husband of Ellen Downing and
brother of Walter Burton Downing Serv
ices at the 6. H Hines Co. funeral home,
2901 14th st. n.w., on Saturday. Novem
ber 3. at 1 ρ m. Interment Cedar Hill
Mausoleum 3
DINMORK. SARAH KENT. On Wed
nesûay. octoDer ai. îy-to. at ner residence,
118*4 Bates st. n.w . SARAH KENT DUN
MORE. beloved sister of Mary Kent Glovei,
devoted mother of lone and Godfrey Dun
more and John Kent and foster mother of
Florence Green Haskins. Also surviving
are other relatives and many friends. After
It: noon Friday friends are invited to call
at the McGuire funeral home, 1820 9th st.
n.w.. where services will be conducted by
the Rev. George O. Bullock on Saturday.
November 3. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 2
FILLILS. MARY E. On Wednesday. Oc
tober 31, 1945, at her residence. 412b 5th
st. n.w., MARY E. FILLIUS, wife of the
late Milton Joseph Fillius and mother oi
Milton F., J. Ralph and Arthur H. Fil
lius; sister of Mrs. Bertha A. Speiser.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901' 14th st. n.w . on Saturday,
November 3, at 10 a.m. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery. · 2
. FOLEY. ELLEN. On Thursday, Novem
ber 1, 1945. ELLEN FOLEY, beloved wife
of the late John P. Foley snd mother of
Mrs. Mary C. LeNoir. Funeral from the
residence of her daughter, 36*20 12th st.
n e., on Monday. November 5, at 8:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at St. Mary's Church. 5th
and G sts. n.w., at 9 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. Arrangements
by Huntemann funeral home. 3
FRIEND. CHARLES S. On Thursday.
November 1, 194."», at his residence. 4502
13ih st. n.w.. CHARLES S. FRIEND, for
merly of Westernport, Md., the beloved
husband of Lena B. Friend. Funeral no
tice later. (Cumberland. Md.. papers please
copy. ) 2
GEORG1US. ANNA R. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 30. 1945. ANNA R. GEORGIUS of
*:304 North Capitol st.. beloved mother of
Mrs. Grace S. Leland, Mrs. Bertha Crabbs
and John C. Snyder; sister of William D.
Lusby of Baltimore, Md. Services at the
S. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th
et. n.w.. on Friday, November 2, at 10
a.m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 1
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
FRANK GEIER'S SONS CO.
FUNERAL HOME
3605 14th St. N.W.
Hobart 2326
NEW ENLARGED PARLORS
Formerly at
1118 7th St. N.W.
Established 1861
V. L. SPËARE CO.
Neither successor to nor connected with
the original W R Speare eatablishment
1009 H St. N.W. N,t,0Î:,"W
Qraliie
CALLOWAY. Μ A Β L Ε BROCKEN
BROUGH. beloved wlte of Rev. Harriaor
Galloway of Arlington. Va.: aunt and god
mother of Mrs. Mable Snead. stepgrand
mother of Mary Louise Galloway. She alsc
leave» to mourn their ioss four nephews
four nieces, other relatives and friends
Remains may be viewed Thursday. Novem·
ber 1, at Η p.m.. at Robinson's funera
home. 1342 4th at. n.w. Funeral Friday
November 2. at 1 p.m., from Vermont Ave
nue Baptist Church, Rev. C. T. Murra)
officiating. Interment Payne's Cemetery

GOTTA, MARY A. On Thursday. No
vember I. 1845. at Miami* F'la.. MARY
GOTTA of Washington. D. C.. beloved wif(
ol Robert B. Gotta and mother of James
D. Forbes. Remains resting at the S. Η
Hines Co. funeral home. 2801 14th st
n.w.· after 12 noon Sunday. Novembei
4. Services at the above funeral home or
Monday. November 6. at 1 p.m. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery. 4
GOLDEN. VESSEY EDWARD. On Tues·
day, October 30. 1845, at his residence
4ti(J2 lTth st. north. Arlington. Va., VES
SEY EDWARD GOLDEN, beloved husbanc
of Carolyn Golden inee Hulme). son of thi
late William T. and Sarah E. Golden anc
brother of Mr*. Lula Niedfeldt. Mrs. Mabe
Small. Mrs. Ruth Gessford. Mrs. Ivy Cook
Kenneth L. Golden. Mrs. Aimee Plaugher
the late Mrs. Julia Dewey and William L
Golden. Remains resting at his late resi
dence. where funeral services will be helc
Friday. November 2. at 2 P.m. Interment
Columbia Gardens Cemetery. Please omit
flowers. 1
GOLDEN*. VESSEY E. A special com
munication of Columbia Lodge,
No. 285, A. F. and A. M„ of Ar
lington, Va . is called tor 1 P.m.
Friday. November 2. 1845, foi
the purpose of conducting Ma
sonic services at the funeral ol
our late brother, VESSEY E.
GOLDEN.
MILTON J. BROOKE. Master. 1
HARPER. WALTER J. On Monday,
October 28, 18-15. at Garfield Hospital,
WALTER J. HARPiSR of 442H 9th st. n.w.,
beloved soil of the late James E. and La
yinia Harper, brother of FTed Β Harper,
raio. λ. oueiuf, Mrs. Mane rnompson,
Mrs. Rowland Loveless tnd Mabel Harper.
Funeral Irom Collins' funeral home. 3821
14th st. n.w., on Friday. November 2. at
9:30 a m Requiem mass at St. Gabriel's
Church at 10 a m Relatives ana Iriendi
invited Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. J
HII.L. ADOLPHUS. Departed this life
on Monday. October 29. 1945, at Freed
men's Hospital. ADOLPHUS HILL, formerly
of 416 Ο st. n.w. He leaves to mourn
their loss a devoted wife. Mrs. Mamie Hill:
one sister, one brother, two aunts, several
cousins, oiher relatives and friends Re
mains resting at the Dabney & Garner
funeral home. 442 M st. n.w . after 5 p.m.
Friday. November 2. Funeral Saturday.
November :t. at 1 p.m., from the above
funeral bome. Interment Woodlawn Cem
etery. 2
HODGE. BLANCHE. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 30. 1945. BLANCHE HODGE, beloved
wife of Theodore Hodge, sister of Bertha
Butler. Roberta Grayson. Jennie Curtis,
Minnie. Mamie, Harriet. Georee and Corpl.
Robert Briscoe She also leaves-other rel
atives and friends. After 111 a.m. Thurs
day. November 1. friends may call at the
W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You
st. n.w. Funeral Friday. November 2. at
2 p.m., from the above funeral church.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 1
HORSEMAN. ERVA JANE. On Tuesday.
October 30. 1943, at Providence Hospital.
ERVA JANE HORSEMAN, beloved wife of
the late Albert W. Horseman and mother
of Leo Irving Horseman. Funeral from
I her late residence. 131B S st. s e., on Sat
urday, November 3, at 8:30 a.m. Requiem
! high mass at St Theresa s Church at 9
a.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery.
Relatives and friends invited. 2
HUNT, JUDGE HENRY J., 3rd. On
Tuesday. October 30. 1045. at Suburban
Hospital, Judge HENRY J. HUNT. 3rd, be
loved husband of the late Rosamond A. VV.
Hunt of Rockville. Md. Remains resting
at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase funeral home
of Wm. Reuban Pumphrey. where funeral
services will be held Friday. November 2.
at 2 P.m. Interment Rockville Union
Cemetery. 1
JAMES, MARY. Departed this life on
Monday. October 23, 1945. at Gallinger
Hospital. MARY JAMES. She leaves to
mourn their loss six daughters, five sons,
thirty-six grandchildren, seven great
grandchildren and a host of other relatives
I and frie.ids. Remains resting at her late
residence. 920 1st st. s.w . Thursday. No
vember 1. after 7 p.m. Funeral services
i Friday. November 2. at 1 Ρ m., from the
Church of God in Christ, "tith and H sts.
s.w.. Elder Samuel E. Kesler officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrange
ments by R N. Horton Co. funeral home,
1322 You st. η w.
JAMES. MARY. Officers and memberi
i of Garfield Tabernacle. No. 45. Order of
O. of G. F.. are requested to attend a call
meeting at Γishern-.en's Temple. 320 F st.
s w., Thursday. November 1. 1945, at 8
p.m.. to arrange for the funeral of Sister
·■· — »· χ unci οι Will UC liCJU Γ J I -
day. November 2. at 1 p.m . Irom Church
οf God id Christ. 6th and H sts. s.w
NATHAN WATERS. E. W. R.
MEL VINA CARTER. R. W. S. 1
JENKINS, JOSEPHINE. On Tburaé»,
November 1, 1843. at Garfield HosbH»1,
JOSEPHINE JENKINS of 4907 4tith at.
n.w., the beloved wile ol George W Jen
kins. mother of Harold Jenkins and grand
mother of Muriel A. Minard; sister ef
Mary Wood, Agnes Shaw and emit
Reeve*. Services at Chambers' George
town funeral home, :11st and M sts. n.w.,
on Saturday, November 3. at 1 p.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Na
tional Memorial Park Cemetery, Falls
Church, Va. 3 «
KENNEDY. THOMAS J. On Wednesday.
October .11. 1!I45. THOMAS J. KENNEDY
of New York City, beloved brother of DalV
iel J. Kennedy and uncle of James. Mar
garet and Eleanor Kennedy. 221 F si.S*.,
Washington. D C. TlV
KLEM. HOMER L. On Wednesday. 00Γ
ί tober 31. 1945. at his residence. 115 Teai
] nessee ave. n.e.. HOMER L. KLEM. beloved
(husband of Florence Klem. brother-in-law
! of Mrs. Lucy B- Watts. Friends may call
ι at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mtss.
! ave n.e . where services will be held on
[Friday, November 2, at 11 a.m. Inter
iment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 1
McFABLAND, ESTELLE Κ. On Wednes
day. October 31. 1945. at her residence.
!*i20 North Carolina ave. s.e., ESTELLE
Κ. McFARLAND. beloved wife of William
J. McFarland. mother of William G. Mc
Farltnd Services at Chambers' funeral
home. 517 11th St. s.e.. on Saturday. No
vember 3. at 11 am Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Washington
National Cemetery. 2
MEEK. ELLSWORTH L. On Wednes
day, October 31, 1945. at 1027 23rd St.
south. Arlington. Va., ELLSWORTH L.
MEEK, father of Mrs. Thomas W For
sythe. Mrs. Vernon J. Kirkby and Florence
J. Meek, and grandfather of Arden Kirkby
and Thomas M. Forsythe. Services at
Chambers' Georgetown funeral home. 31at
and M sts n.w.. on Saturday. November
3. Services and interment private. Fam
ily only. - 2
PERLIE. ANNIE RIDER. On Wednes
day, October 31. 1945. ANNIE RIDER
PERI.IE beloved wife of Dr. Horace E.
Perlie and sister of Charles R. Newman
Services at Chambers' funeral home. 1400
Chapin st. n.w.. on Friday. November 2.
at 2 P.m. Interment Rock Creek Cem
etery.
PIERCE. I.T. COL. HERBERT R.. U. S.
A. On Tuesday, October 30, 1945, at Wal
ter Reed General Hospital. Lt. Col. HER
BERT R. PIERCE. U. S. Α., beloved hus
band of Queda M. Pierce. Funeral from
the residence of his mother. Baileys Cross
Roads. Va., on Thursday. November 1. at
3 p.m. Interment Oakwood Cemetery.
Falls Church. Va. 1
POLAND, WILLIAM A. Orf Tuesday.
October 30. 1945. WILLIAM A. POLAND,
beloved brother of Benjamin Α.. Frank D.
ind Thomas M. Poland, Mrs. Effle B.
Green, Mrs. Mary A. Thompson and Mrs.
Helen V. Ha/es. Services -at Chambers'
funeral heme. 517 11th st. s.e., on Fri
day, November 2. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment in Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 1
PROCTOR, ADA V. Suddenly, on Mon
day. October 29, 1945. ADA V. PROCTOR
of 1035 5th St. n.e.. daughter of William
and the late Clara Proctor. She also is
survived by one sister, Clara I. Burke;
two brothers. James and Henery Proctor,
and other relatives and friends Miss
Proctor will rest at her late residence
after 4 p.m. Thursday, where funeral serv
ices will be held Friday. November 2, at
8:30 a.m.. followed by high requiem mass
at Holy Redeemer Church at 9 a.m. In
terment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Ar
rangements by L. E. Murray & Son, 1337
10th st. n.w. 1
pnnrxnn rvr wai tvd »
tober δ. 1945. in Germany. Pvt. WALTER
R. PROCTOR, a member of Onion Wesley
Church, the son of Lucy and Carl Proctor.
He also leaves to mourn their loss five
brothers, grandmother, grandfather, a de
voted aunt-godmother. Emma McPherson
an uncle, Repinald McPherson, and a host
of other relatives and friends.
We never thought when you left home
That you would never return.
That you so soon in death would sleep
And leave us here to mourn.
We do not know the pain you bore,
We did not sec you die,
We only know you went away
And did not say good-by
No one knows how much we miss you,
It's very hard to tell;
There is a place In our homes
That never can be filled.
You left behind you broken hearts,
That love you so sincere;
That never did and never will
Forget you. Walter, dear.
THE FAMILY. 1
SAUR, ALBERT JOSEPH. On Tuesday.
October 30. 1945. at Mount Alto Hospital,
ALBERT JOSEPH SAUR, beloved husband
of Lylllan Jane Saur, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Albert Saur, brother of Pauline.
Norma and Jeannette Saur. Services at
Chambers' funeral home. 1400 Chapln St.
n.w„ on Friday, November 2, at 11 a.m.
Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 1
SAUR, ALBERT JOSEPH. Comrades of
• Bunker Hill Post. No. 31. of
the American Legion, are ad
vised of the death of our com
rade. ALBERT JOSEPH SAUR,
on Tuesday, October 30, 1945,
ut Mount Alto Hospital.
Β. B. GRIFFIN, Commander,
j U. E. CONLON, .Adjutant.
SHOMETTE. MARY. On Thursday, No
vember 1, 1945, at her residence. 121 12th
st. s.e., MARY SHOMETTE. beloved wife
I of the late Print E. Shomette and mother
; of Mrs. Mary K. Gooch. Louis E. and
Thomas Shomette. Mrs. Angle Brady, Print
E.. Jr.. and Gilbert 8homette, Mrs. Ar
butus Perry, Sergt. Rodney Shomette, U. 6.
Army, and Petty Officer 2/c Grady Sho
mette: grandmother of Joan Nicola.
Friends may call at the Wm. J. Nalley
funeral home. 522 8th st. s.e„ where serv
ices will be held on Saturday. November
3. at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends Invit
ed. Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. 2
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SHOTTP. WALTER CAMPBELL. On Tues
day. October 30. 18Î6. et 10:45 ρ m.. »t
his residence. 1727 Massachusetts ave.
n.w., WALTER CAMPBELL 8HOUP. be
loved husband of Josephine Shoun, brother
of William H.. Oeorie E. and the Misses
Lena. Laura and Margaret Shoup. Friends
may call at Gawlers chapel. 175H Pa.
ave. n.w., where services will be held on
Friday. November 2. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 1
SMITH. FANNIE B. On Tuesday. Octo
ber 30. 1945. at her residence, 1707 10th
St. n.w., FANNIE Β SMITH, wife ol
Thomas Henry Smith She also is survived
by two sons. Stewart ana George Fountain;
three stepdaughters. Elisabeth Douglas.
Rebecca Rollins and Ethel Gaflney; one
sister. Martha Jones; one grandchild, three
nieces ahd other relatives and friends.
Mrs. Smith will rest at her late residence
after 4 p.m. Thursday. Funeral services
Friday. November 2. at 1 p.m., at Metro
politan Baptist Church, Rev. E. C. Smith
officiating. Interment in Payne's Ceme
tery. ·
SMITH. FANNIE B. Queen Victoria
Household of Ruth. No. 1711. announces
the death of Inmate FANNIE B. SMITH.
Funeral Friday. November 2, 1045, lrom
Métropolite η Baptist Church at l p.m.
Membersplease attend.
INMATE LIZZIE FREEMAN, M. N. G.
INMATE P. W. CURTIS. W. R.
THOMPSON. WILUAM. On Tuesday,
October 30, 1945. at Emergency Hospital,
WILLIAM THOMPSON of 2002 Ga. ave.
n.w.. husband of Julia Ann Thompson. He
also leaves five sons, four daughters, five
grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and
a host of other relatives and friends. The
late Mr. Thompson may be viewed at
Stewart's fun-ral home. 30 H st. n.e., after
5 ρ m. Saturday. Funeral Sunday, No
vember 4. at New Hope Baptist Church,
5th and Riggs st. n.w.. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Woodlawn Cemetery. 3
TRICE. PATIENCE. On Monday. Octo
ber 29. 1945. at 949 Florida ave. n.w.,
PATIENCE TRICE, mother of Cecelia Trice
and grandmother of Junius Trice. Many
nieces and nephews also survive. Remains
resting at the Malvan & Schey funeral
home, N. J. ave. and R st. η w. Funeral
from Metropolitan Baptist Church Satur
day. November 3, at 1 p.m., Rev. E. C
Smith officiating. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. ·
WHITE. EDNA S. On Wednesday. Octo
ber 31, 1945, EDNA S. WHITE of 1704 L
st. n.e. Funeral from the W. W. Deal fu
neral home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w., on
Friday, November 2. at 2 Ρ m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
WILKERSON. WILLIAM A. On Wednea·
Ho ν Α/.(λΚλ- -I t IfUt \~i~ 'J
907 Ε st. s e., WILUAM A. WILKER80N,
beloved husband of Mary W. Wilkerson.
Services at Chambers' funeral home, 517
11th st. s c.. on Friday. November 2, at
1 p.m. Interment Congressional Cemetery.
1
WILKERSOX, WILLIAM A. La Payette
Lodge, No. 19. P. Α. A. M., will
hold ft, special communication
Friday. November 2, 1945. at
12:15 p.m., at the Masonic Tem
pie, for the purpose of conduct
ing a Masonic burial service lor
our late brother, WILLIAM A.
WILKER80N
GRANT L. HAGEN. W. M.
WILLER, AMELIA C. On Wednesday.
October 31. 1946. AMELIA C. WILLER oi
1220 Brentwood rd. n.e., beloved wife oi
Edward O. Wilier and mother of Florence
M. Wright. Edward A. and Emil P. Wilier.
She also is survived by six grandchildren.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. iuneral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Thursday.
November l, at 7 p.m. Interment Lan
caster. Pa. 1
WOLTER, WILLIAM W. Suddenly, on
Tuesday. October .JO, 1945. WILLIAM W.
WOLTER of Baltimoie, Md.. husband of
Gladys Young Wolter, father of Shirley Lou
Wolter. Remains resting at Wm. J. Pick
ner & Sons' funeral home. Baltimore. Md.
Funeral services Friday at 1 p.m. at St.
Timothy's Church, Catonsville, Md. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery, Washing
ton. D. C. 1·
In ûmoriam
BARNES. FANNIE ADDISON. In sao
but loving remembrance oi my dear moth
er. FANNIE ADDISON BARNES. who de
parted this life November 1, 1940.
The month of November once more i> here,
To us the saddest ol the year,
Because five years ago today
My darling mother passed away.
DAUGHTER AND GRANDDAUGHTER,
VIOLA B. AND FANNY V. REID. ·
BRADY. WILLIAM H. In loving mem
ory of my dear husband. WILLIAM H.
BRADY, who passed away eight years ago
todav. November 1. 1H37.
LOVING WIFE. ΗΑΤΓ1Ε J. BRADY. ·
BRYANT. GEORGE M. A tribute of
love to the memory of a kind and loving
father, GEORGE M. BRYANT, who entered
into eternal rest seventeen years ago to
day, November 1, 19"8.
Aslppn in Jesus, hlpsxpri sWn
Prom which none ever wake to weep;
A calm and undisturbed repose.
Unbroken by the last of foe?
LOVING DAUGHTER, VIRGIE M. JACK
SON.
CARTER. CHARLES F BENCH. A tribute
of love and memory to my friend.
CHARLES P. CARTER, who departed this
ilile one ye:ir ago today. November 1, 1944.
Your life was unselfish
And for others you lived.
Not for what you received.
But for what you could give.
I often sit and think of you
And speak of how you died;
To think you could not say good-W
Before you close· your eyes.
DEVOTED FRIEND. ANNIE WIL80N. *
COLE, ALONZO. In loving memory ol
our dear husband and father, ALONZO
COLE, wha departed this life four years
ago, November 1. 1841.
May be rest in peace.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND DAUGHTER.
BESSIE COLE AND DELORE6 ANN
COLE. . ·
CONN, W. HARRY. In loving memory
of our loved one. V. HARRY CONN, who
leXt us five year· ago today, November
£ 1940
ADA. ALBERTUS AND YVONNE ·
DE VILLE, ALENA. In loving memory
of my dear mother. ALLNA DE VILLE,
who departed this life seven years «go
today. November 1. 19;W.
Gone is the one I loved so dear.
Silent is the voice I loved to hear;
Too lar away lor sight or speech.
But not too far for thoughts to reach.
EMILY D. HARRIS. ·
JONES. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Ill
loving memory of my husband, GEORGL
WASHINGTON JONES, who departed this
life three years ago today, November 1,
1942.
November brings sad memories
Of a loved one gone to rest;
You will not be forgotten
By the one who loved you best.
WIFE. BESSIE JONES. ·
KENDALL. ETHEL DEVABD. In sad
and loving remembrance of our dear sister
and sister-in-law. ETHEL DEVARD KEN
DALL, who died two years ago. Novem
ber 1, 1943.
Sister, I am sad and lonely.
You were ever dear to me;
_I tried to help you bury your burdens
With love and sincerity.
God has been my guide and shepherd.
Leading me by night and day.
And I always feel Him near me
When I kneel to Him and pray
THE KENDALL FAMILY.
KING. CHARLES Α.. JR. (BUDDIE). In
loving remembrance of our dear son and
brother. CHARLES Α. ι BUDDIE) KING.
Jr., who departed this life seventeen years
atrn. Nnvpmhpr 1. ΙίΙ^Κ
Let us think of him today
Sleeping, resting, lust away;
Resting where no shadows tall.
Only waiting tor us all.
HIS LOVING MOTHER. FATHER AND
SISTER.
Just a line of sweet remembrance.
Just a memory, lond and true;
Just a token ot our devotion
That our thoughts are still of you.
AUNT OLIE'S FAMILY. ·
LEE. SANDY. In lond remembrance 01
our father, SANDY LEE who passed away
four years ago today, November 1, lull.
Loved in life, remembered in death
SONS. GRANT AND BERT LEE. *
LOMAX, LOUISE E.i CREEK. DANIEL E.
In loving memory of our devoted auntie.
Mrs. LOUISE LOMAX. who passed away
November 1, 1942; uncle, DANIEL E.
CREEK, who left us October 20. IS.ii).
There is a link that death cannot sever,
Love and remembrance live forever.
NIECE, GEORGIA E. ROY, AND FAMILY.·
RICKS. SUSIE ANNA. In loving re
membrance of our devoted wife, mother
and grandmother. SUSIE ANNA RICKS,
who passed away seven years ago, Novem
ber 1, I«;i8.
Days of sadness still comc over us,
Hidden tears so often flow;
Memory keeps you always near us.
Although you left seven years ago
THE FAMILY ·
SLAUGHTER. CHARLES Λ., SR. In sad
but loving remembrance of my beloved hus
band. CHARLES A. SLAUGHTER, Sr.. who
lelt me so suddenly two years ago today.
November 1. 1 !.( 4 : J.
How sad today my troubled heart,
How dim my eyes with tears.
For death has robbed me of a pal
I thought I would have tor years.
Some may think I am not lonely.
When at times they see me smile;
But little do they know the heartaches
That I have suffered all this while.
Surrounded by friends. I am still lonely·
In the midst of joys I am blue;
With a smile on my lace I have a heart
ache.
Thinking, dear Charlie, of you.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE, MILDRED. ·
SLAUGHTER. CHARLES ARON, 8R. In
loving remembrance of my son. CHARLES
ARON SLAUGHTER, Sr., who departed this
lile two years ago today, November 1, 1943.
Let me not doubt that God has a
Father's pity toward me, and that in the
removal ot that which was dearest to my
heart, He is still loving and kind. Death
separatee, but it also unites. It unites
wiiutu λ ν acjJttrai/CS.
HIS LOVING MOTHER, MRS. L. A. ROB
ERTSON, Waco, Tex. ·
SLAUGHTER, CHARLES Α.. SR. In sad
but loving remembrance of our dear lather,
CHARLES A. SLAUGHTER, Sr.. who de
parted this life suddenly two Tears ago
today, November 1, 1943.
You are not forgotten, dear father.
Nor shall you ever be:
As long as life and memory last
We will always think of thee.
HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN, JUNE,
CHARLES. JOHN AND PAT.
SONDHEIMER, NATHAN. In sad and
loving remembrance of our dear father
,ind grandfather, NATHAN SONDHEIMER.
who passed away thirty-five years ago to
day, November 1, 1910.
Loved in life,
Remembered In death.
God bless you today and always.
HIS DAUGHTER, PEARL, AND GRAND
CHILDREN.
THOMAS, ROBERT LEE AND MAHY
MARGARET. In memory of my dear par
ents, father. ROBERT LEE THOMAS, who
died two years ago today, November 1.
1943, and my devoted mother, MARY
MARGAiiET (MAGGIE) THOMAS, who
died thirty-two years ago, January 13.
1913.
It's only a step that divide· its
From the glories no mortal bath seen:
1 shall find you when death's grim fingers
Shall have lifted the v«U between.
DAUGHTER. ΟΚΕΓΓΑ T. WASHINGTON. ·
Rites for Judge Hunt
Set for Tomorrow
Funeral services ior Judge Henry
Jackson Hunt III, 59, Rockville, who
died Tuesday at the Suburban Hos
pital of Bethesda, will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow at the W. Reuben
Pumphrey funeral home, 7557 Wis
consin avenue, Bethesda. Burial
will be in Rockville Union Cemetery.
Judge Hunt was retired from the
Court. He was nationally known as
a breeder and trainer of hunting
Montgomery County Orphans'
dogs and as a breeder of game birds
and fancy poultry.
He entered the real estate business
and developed Chevy Chase Gardens
and also found time to publish two
volumes of poetry.
A native of Washington, he moved
to Montgomery County at an early
age. He lived in Bethesda until
1935 when he moved to Rockville.
He was a Mason and a member of
St. John's Episcopal Church, Be- '
ι thesda. :
Rites for Mrs. Horsemen
Arranged for Saturday
A requiem high mass for Mrs.
Erva Jane Horseman, 57, who died
Tuesday at Providence Hospital, will
be sung at 9 a.m. Saturday at St.
Theresa's Church. Burial will be
in Congressional Cemetery.
Mrs. Horseman was a member of
the Women's Battalion, a group
who chaperons Government girls at
tending dances at nearby Army
posts. She was a native of Wash
ington.
Surviving are a son, Leo Irving
Horseman; a sister, Mrs. Robert A.
Horney, and three brothers. Rich
ard K.. Timothy and Leo Murray,
all of Washington.
John Κ. Ottley, Sr., /7,
Atlanta Banker, Is Dead
By the Associated Press.
ATLANTA, Nov. 1.—John King;
Ottley, sr.. 77, chairman of the board
of the First National Bank and a
leader in Southern financial circles
for more than 50 years, died today.
On July 3, 1933, Mr. Ottley was
kidnaped by two men who held him
for $40,000 ransom which never was
paid because he escaped within a
few hours.
At the time of his death Mr. Ottley
was a director of the Southern Rail
way system and the Southern Bell
Telephone & Telegraph Co., a trustee
of the Mutual Life Insurance Co. of
New York and chairman of the
board of the Young Men's Christian
Association here.
Born in Columbus, Miss., he was
one of the 12 directors of the Na
tional Credit Corp. choeen by Pres
ident Hoover in 1931. For two terms
he was a director ot the Federal
Reserve Bank here.
Rites to Be Held Today
For David C. Glazer, 16
David Cramer Glazer, 16, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Glazer, 3100
Connecticut avenue N.W., died
Tuesday at the Washington Sani
tarium. An attending physician
said he was suffering from a rare
disease which attacks the arteries.
Funeral services will be held at 3
p.m. today at Danzansky's funeral
home, 3501 Fourteenth street N.W.
Burial will be private.
He was a talented artist and
writer and had kept up his interest
in Boy Scout activities despite a
two-year illness. He was a student
at Woodrow Wilson High School
and was a graduate of Alice Deal
Junior High School.
Besides his parents, he leaves a
brother, Pic. Harry B. Glazer, now
stationed at Fort Dix, Ν. J„ after
service overseas with the 7th Army.
His father is editor of "Transport
Topics, a trade journal.
Woodward & Lofhrop
Zoning Petition Indorsed
Indorsement of Woodward &
Lothrop's petition to rezone a six
acre tract in Montgomery County,
at Wisconsin and Western avenues,
to permit the construction of a
three-story department store and to
provide parking facilities for the
store's customers, was voted last
night at a special meeting of the
Bethesda Chamber of Commerce,
This action followed a talk by
Brainerd Parker, chairman of the
Board of Directors of Woodward
& Lothrop and former president
of the Bethesda Chamber of Com
merce.
In response to a question regard
ing the use his company intended
to make of the six-acre tract, Mr.
Parker said the company had ac
quired the land for the sole pur
pose of building a store and pro
viding parking facilities.
Woodward & Lothrop's petition
is now before the Montgomery
County Zoning Council.
Mrs. Amelia C. Wilier
Dies af Age of 80
Mrs. Amelia C. Wilier. 80. a resi
dent of Washington ior 27 years,
died yesterday at her home, 1220
Brentwood road N.E.
A native of Germany, Mrs. Wilier
came to this country when she was
7 years old and lived in Lancaster,
Pa., until 1918, when she and her
husband, Edward O. Wilier, moved
to the District. He was employed
by the Government until he retired
10 years ago.
Besides her husband she is sur
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Florence
M. Wright, and a son, Edward A.
Wilier of Washington; another son,
Emil P. Wilier, Kannapolis, N. C.,
and six grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
Τ m +/%«ïr»V*f of Ο XT
funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street
N.W. Burial will be in Lancaster.
Charles S. Friend, 72, Dies
After Long Illness
Charles Stuart Friend, 72, of 4502
Thirteenth street N.W., died early
today at his home after a long illness.
He came to Washington with his
family about seven years ago from
Western Port, Md. For many years,
Mr. Friend had represented Armour
& Co. in Western Maryland. He
was a graduate of Western Mary
land College.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lena
Ryan Friend, and two daughters,
Mrs. Leon A. Kerns, 221 Newcomb
street S.E., and Mrs. Thomas C.
Hardman, Elmhurst, Long Island,
formerly of Washington.
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.
Mrs. Annie Perlie Dies:
Wife of Retired Dentist
Mrs. Annie Rider Perlie, 84, wife
of Dr. Horace E. Perlie, a retired
dentist, died yesterday at a rest
home at 2727 Adams Mill road N.W.
Her residence was at 1834 Calvert
street N.W.
She was a lifelong resident of the!
District,
Besides her husband, she Is sur
vived by a brother, Charles R. New
man, a retired attorney of Wash
ington.
Funeral services will be held at
Chambers funeral home, 1400 Cha
pin street N.W., at 2 p.m. tomor
row. Burial will be in Rock Creek
Cemetery.
750,000 New Aviation Jobs
Predicted by CAA in 10 Years
By the Associated Pre*·. ι
The Civil Aeronautic* Adminis
tration predicts that by 1955 civil
aviation can provide mote than
750,000 new jobs and that 2,800,000
families will be able to afford both
an airplane and an automobile.
Issuing what was described as the
first comprehensive survey of the
aviation industry's possibilities dur·
lng the next decade, the CAA last
night also forecast that:
More than 400,000 civil airplanes
will be in use in the United States
by 1965.
Airlines will carry 20,000.000 pas
sengers in domestic operations and
2,000,000 to foreign points during
1955.
By that time the airlines will
have annual passenger revenues of
about $345.000,000.
Riles for Walter Shoup
Will Be Held Tomorrow
Funeral services for Walter C.
Shoup, 73, a Justice Dpeartment
attorney who died Tuesday, will be
held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Gaw
ler's chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania ave
nue N.W. Burial will be at Ar
lington Cemetery.
Son of the late Senator George
L. Shoup, who was Senator from
Idaho from 1890 to 1901, Mr. Shoup
practiced law for many years in
Salt Lake City and later was presi
dent of a bank in Salmon, Idaho.
In 1928 he came to Washington
to accept the job of attorney in
the Justice Department. He and
his wife, Josephine, lived here at
1727 Massachusetts avenue N.W.
Mr. Shoup was a graduate of Yale
and served as a captain in the
Spanish-American War.
Besides his widow. Mr. Shoup Is
survived by three sisters and two
brothers, all of whom live in Idaho.
Mrs. Martha Bowman Dies
At Home of Daughter
Mrs. Martha Virginia Bowman.
71, a former resident of Silver
Spring, Md., and Washington, died
of a heart attack yesterday at the
home of her daughter, 6415 Second
place N.W. She had lived with her
daughter, Mrs. Doris A. St. Clair,
since the death of her husband, ι
John E. Bowman, about 12 years ago.
Mrs. Bowman and her husband
Airline traffic by 1955 will repre
sent 50 per cent of Pullman pas
senger mileage, but "bulk freight
hauling business, which is the main
source of income to surface car
riers, would be virtually untouched."
Domestic airlines, the report pre
dicted, will be operating a fleet of
1,000 passenger-type planes plus 200
all-cargo planes, and the dollar
volume qf the Industry will be more
than triple the $800,000,000 In 1939.
Attainment of these goals, the
CAA said, depends on a Federal
program of assistance. Including a
national airport plan, pilot training
and aviation education and tech
nical aids, such as an Improved
airways system. This program
would cost about $100,000,000 a year
for the next 10 years, the report
said.
were among the early residents of
Silver Spring. He operated a gen
eral store there more than 45 years
ago.
She was a member of Esther
Chapter of the Order of Eastern
Star.
In addition to her daughter, she
leaves three sons, William E. and
Francis C. Bowman of Silver
Spring and John E. Bowman. Jr.,
Washington; nine grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m. Saturday at the Hysong funeral
home, 1300 Ν street N.W. Burial
will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
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"Was I WRONG, lack in 1945 Γ
I. "Here it is ten years since World War
II, and it seems like yesterday! I got a job
making penicillin; my husband worked in a
machine shop. And with the good pay we
both made, we felt pretty richl
2. "I knew I wasn't going to keep on work
ing after the war, and all that extra cash
wouldn't be coming in forever. So we saved
while we had the chance. Besides, many
things were hard to get
3* "Both of us bought War Bonds prac
tically every payday. We got some more
life insurance, and we built up our savings
account. When peace came, we had a nice
little nest egg salted away.
«\t|l ;/
4. "Then civilian goods started coming
back. We'd have been all right if we'd
stopped with what we needed. But we
bought a lot we didn't need. And before we
knew it, most of our savings were gone.
5. "If we hadn't gone overboard then, we'd
still have a nest egg today. But now we're
not much better off than if I hadn't worked
at all—still struggling and scraping along.
Was I WRONG, back in 1945!"
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